Posted 2w ago by @Ms.Goddess927

Tips are browning
Why are the tips of this plant browning or turning white?
4” pot with drainage
Last watered 1 month ago
Best Answer
@Ms.Goddess927 Hello 👋 Dwanesha! Welcome to Greg!

If you find that the tips or stalks of your Snake plant are browning, there's a chance that you could be overwatering or underwatering your plant. A simple inspection will let you know which is happening. If the Snake plant's soil is soggy and waterlogged, that means that your Snake is getting too much to drink! Remedy this by waiting for the soil to completely dry out, which can take between ten days and two weeks, then you may water your plant again.

If the Snake plant’s soil is dry, then it could be that your plant is in need of some water. To test the moisture of your plant, you can use a moisture meter, which will help you maintain a healthy and regular watering schedule, which will aid in keeping your Snake’s tips from browning.

Too Much Sunlight

Snake plants may be hardy, but there is a limit to how much sunlight and heat they can handle. Just like you, excessive heat or sun can make your plant uncomfortable or stressed. If your snake plant sits by a window, or simply in a spot that gets a lot of sun, this could be the reason your plant’s tips are browning. If this is the case, you can move your plants to another spot in your house where your plant will get slightly less direct sun. You can monitor it over time to make sure it’s happy and thriving!

Mine has brown tips as well, but mine is from direct sunlight. I’m thinking about moving it to a different location.
Thank you so much for your advice, I will be sure to use it.